On Day 4, Monday 7 November, we woke up in Kalamata. Unfortunately the weather was slightly less than the previous two days, cloudy but dry. We enjoyed breakfast without being in a hurry, since our hotel was close to the airport of Kalamata. After handing in our passports at the gate we had to wait. Meanwhile, there were many buses with schoolchildren. After a tactical move, we were suddenly in front of these buses and we were the first to visit the platform. There were not too many aircraft on display; the well-known T-6A, T-2E and a visiting F-16C of Araxos. In the hangar were two more T-6As, and two T-2s. Unfortunately we could (again) not photograph the T-2 Buckeyes parked on the flight line. After an hour we had seen enough and it was time for the next base, Andravida. The outward journey went through the smaller roads from which we could enjoy the beautiful scenery. Around noon we arrived at Andravida and we could enter the airport without any formalities. Luckily we knew the way to the platform. Soon we saw the Egyptian F-16C and all of us were very happy with that one. This aircraft was totally free of clutter as many other visitors were near the Phantoms. Eventually shooting went (reasonably) went of all the aircraft. On display were two F-4E AUP, an F-16C, Mirage 2000C and the Egyptian. We had asked one of the F-4 pilots to take a group picture. When we posed as ‘Walk like an Egyptian’ he did not know how to act… weird guys these photographers… but we did have fun! After saying goodbye we went to Araxos, about half an hour from Andravida. Again we were on time. Outside on the platform were a TA-7C, F-4E AUP of Andravida and two F-16Cs. Inside were an F-16C and D, the C had been a long time resident of Edwards AFB. Nice! Some of our group met some Greek friends (including from the Tiger Meet in Spain), so we could arrange to make clean shots of the aircraft. Icing on the cake was that we were given the opportunity to drive to the A-7 storage with our buses! First we passed the dumped F-104 Starfighters (here we were not allowed to get out of the vans, but could photograph from the car) and then a part of the storage of the A-7s. Here we were allowed to get off and luckily we were given the opportunity to photograph the A-7s. Again, like Larissa, a nice bonus to the visit. After saying goodbye to our supervisor we had a relaxing drive to our hotel. We arrived at this beautiful seaside hotel even during daylight. We enjoyed a meal together and could look back at a successful day.